Análise Da Composição Do Rendimento Do Trabalhador Empregado No Brasil: Uma Abordagem De Oferta, Demanda E Instituições (1992-2001)
This paper presents a framework that emphasizes the role of supply and demand factors and the interaction of market forces and labor market institutions, developed by Katz and Autor (1999) and called Supply-Demand-Institutions (SDI). We have applied it for the Brazilian case in the years 1992 to 2001. PNAD (National Household Survey) is the data source. We have estimated wage equations with regressors that describe individual, industrial and union characteristics and wage policy. The results show that wages are more influenced by market factors than institutional factors in Brazil.
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